Provides programs, information, and support to nontraditional students and advocates to the campus at large for the unique needs of the older student. Offers a “home away from home” where adult students can network, study with their peers, relax, meet friends, and find answers to their questions.
Provides students and alumni with opportunities for career exploration, clarification, and professional growth. Provide services aimed at increasing career awareness, instilling personal confidence, providing enhanced employment opportunities and encouraging students to achieve their personal and professional career-related goals.
Provides students assistance as they matriculate and make the transition to life at IU Southeast. It pairs students with volunteer mentors who guide them through their first-year experience and on through graduation.
A drop-off child care facility that provides services for students, faculty, and staff at modest rates. The goal of the center is to provide children with a learning environment that uses integrated, thematic units to keep children interested and tie subjects together. Children between the ages of 2 (potty-trained) to the age of 12 may be enrolled at the center.
Assists students with documented disabilities by determining their eligibility for services then working with students and faculty to determine reasonable accommodations and services which will give the student equal access to the university. Students with physical, learning, or emotional health disabilities (as documented by a physician, psychologist, or qualified healthcare professional) may contact the Coordinator for the Office of Disability Services for guidance regarding appropriate accommodations. Students with disabilities must meet the Essential Abilities criteria with (or without) reasonable accommodations.
Enhances and supplements mathematics instruction and tutoring. Students may sharpen their skills using both computer tutorials and individual tutoring.
Licensed and professionally trained staff offer limited counseling free of charge to currently enrolled students. Help students achieve their personal and academic goals by providing short-term therapeutic intervention for a variety of problems including anxiety, depression, etc. Consultations offered for students, parents, faculty, and staff.
The Residence Life program enriches the intellectual and cultural experiences of students through intentional programming that promotes student growth, development, and learning. On-campus housing is provided through the Office of Residence Life and Housing.
Provides information and resources to enable students to assess their academic preparation and improve their academic performance. Provides assistance with credit by examination, peer tutoring, study skills, supplemental instruction, etc.
The mission is to help students to become stronger writers. Offers students, faculty, and staff assistance in all areas of writing and during any stage of a writing project. Scholarships and Financial Assistance February is scholarship month in the School of Nursing. During February scholarship applications are available for pre-nursing and nursing students. Contact the Financial Aid office or the Nursing Advisor for more information.